krs Posted March 6, 2007 Report Share Posted March 6, 2007 Hello, On one of my pc's I have a Lite-on cd/rw drive. I have no type of cd burning software installed, but I can still click and drag files to cd-r discs, create folders, access the cd like a drive, etc. It works almost like DLA. When I drag a file to the cd drive a window comes up called CD Writing Wizard, which then burns the file to the cd-r. At the bottom of the window, it notes that this software was created under license from Roxio. I have 2 other pc's with different type burners/drives and they do not have this function. As stated earlier I do not have DLA or any other burning software installed. So, how does the pc act as though something like DLA is installed? A feature of the Lite-on drive? Something to do with Windows that I can turn on? I am using XP Pro. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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